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Land and poverty in the United States: insights and oversights


Land Economics 71(1): 16-34
Land and poverty in the United States: insights and oversights
The paper departs from conventional treatments of poverty as a function of income and employment. It advances the view that analyses of poverty cannot be separated from those of wealth and that land influences wealth and poverty in a variety of important ways.


Accession: 002646898

DOI: 10.2307/3146755



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